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with the unexpected consequences from their early infrastructure design. los angeles county is a land of sprawling development. with development comes hundreds of square miles of concrete, leaving no way for water to naturally soak into the ground. in areas of such widespread urbanization, flooding can be devastating. man: back in early 1930s, there was a flooding that took a lot of lives and property. as a result, the city of los angeles, in order to protect future flooding in the city, they decided to take the los angeles river and make it a flood control channel. they concreted the walls of the river in order for water to get to ocean much faster. narrator: cities throughout southern california converted natural rivers to these concrete channels, part of their storm drain systems. this allowed expanding development without the need for large flood plains. kharaghani: the los angeles river is approximately 51 miles. concrete reduces the size of the river that you need to carry the water because it speeds up the flow of water. if you'd like to remove all the concrete and to have natural system to
los angeles, california. >> drew: hey, love what you've done with the place, it's beautiful. we're going to play a game called can wp dpold en row, how about that. >> sounds exciting. >> drew: it is exciting, this is one of our biggest money games. we're going to start with this sumpl can of dog food and we're going to follow this golden road and play for that. go ahead, george. >> george: a collection of picnic totes. ( cheers and applause ) this collection of picnic time essentials includes a rolling cooler with blanket, wine tote, insulated coffee tote, and two sport chairs with built-in tray tables and pockets. a perfect picnic from picnic time! >> drew: so dog food, and picnic totes, and if you win the toets we're going to follow the row to this prize over here. >> george: a new hot tub! ( cheers and applause ) this beachcomber hybrid hot tub combines a sealed insulation package with an energy saver management system to provide a much more efficient tub. comfortable design and quality construction from beachcomber hot tubs. >> drew: let's say you know dog food, let's say we
to contact, was linked to the same los angeles address. now a lot of questions. >> so many questions. >> a lot of the actors say they were duped. >> out and out duped. >> the main character in this film was george. wuptzn't muhammad. >> they thought it was about ancient times. this is what they say. also some of the dialogue actually dubbed in. so like they read certain lines then in post production, lines were dubbeden that were much more controversial. >> muhammad portrayed as a fraud, pedophile, womanizer and homosexual. and, bazil, according to a gentleman that helped, he was not israeli or youer but suggested an arab christian a refugee from the middle east. and calling islam a cancer. so this, this, bazil or whatever his name is, using a pseudonym has gone into hiding. make sure you stay with abc news for the latest as events in libya unfold. we will have updates throughout the morning on "america this morning" and later on "good morning america," of course throughout the day on abc as well as abcnews.com. >>> let's go to a consumer alert about skin cream advertising. the feder
this left/right conservative liberal gridlock. >> joining me now is los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa and thank you both for being here. madam secretary, start with you and the school choice issue. you seem to be wavering on where you are in school choice. is it the answer when it comes to accountability in the local school systems or maybe are we rushing too much? >> no, i'm a big supporter of school choice so long as we have information that empowers the consumer so they can use it effectively. all of the things that go hand in hand. when parents are powered with information and the resources as governor romney said to follow with the children to schools of their choice i think it's a perfect combination. >> what is your hesitancy? right now it's no better, right? >> i don't think we're seeing that. in d.c., we have seen really effective school choice programs work around other parts of the country. here is the difference. you know, kids can vote with their feet. parents can vote with their feet whether they are in charter schools or with school vouchers as we have in d.c. >> you wo
of los angeles. neighborhood yesterday as some bank robbers on the run started throwing cash out of the when dough of their suv. one woman called it a neighborhood stimulus package. she watched people scooping up the bills. look at that. it all came to an end. when a pickup truck blocked the suspect's car. they surrendered. the third high-speed chase in los angeles this week alone the you might remember an elaborate bank heist in east l.a. last week. the suspect is now under arrest. a group of robbers kidnapped the bank manager from her home. strapped what turned out to be a fake bomb to her. then they forced her to rob money from her own bank. turns out the suspect arrested, uh-huh, it's the manager's boyfriend. he has already posted bail. and he has been released. very interesting. >> strange one indeed. >> you know what else is interesting, the weather right now. actually quite nice in some areas of the country. showers in the four corners of the southwest. thunderstorms across texas, also from oklahoma city to saint louis and chicago. showers from savannah done to miami. yet
to los angeles. the endeavour, the youngest of the shuttle fleet flew 25 missions circleed earth more than 4600 times. low level fly-over through northern california thursday. three crewmembers from the international space station are back home this morning. they landed two hours ago in kazakhstan after more than four months in space. this is video from the soyuz space capsule as they undocked from the space station. they've been inor about it since may, welcome back. >>> next, the real life dangers of sexting what new findings reveal about teenagers who send explicit text messages. >>> new protests sparked by anti-islam video. >>> the ingredient now causing big healthé problems in kids. >>> consequences of cold feet what prewedding jitters could tell about how long the marriage may last. >>> it was the summer of shades, 50 shades that made things hotter today i talk with the author of that titilating trilogy what noted her to write in book and where did she learn all this stuff? who does she think should play grey on the big screen? why husbands across america are calling it, 50 sh
in the country. >> i know. >> five is atlanta. >> four is los angeles. >> three is baltimore. and my top two cities in the country are number two and number one, baby, new orleans, louisiana. >> and new york city. what they all have in common, something hoda can't live without, a strong night life. for somebody who gets up at 4:00 in the morning, what are you doing out on the town? >> i like the grittiness of those kinds of cities. i like the smell. >> you like the smell? >> yes, neat cities, clean, that's not my kind of city. i like cities with dirt under their nails. >> like you like your men. >> yes. all right. >>> should we go to the best underthings? >> yes, we're going to come up with a segment by "redbook" magazine, they tested the best bras, shape wear, and underwear. should be like who gives a rip, but that's very, very important. >> we really, really care about this. >>> we have a big show coming up. do you know who's with us? >> i believe we have mr. jimmy fallon himself and the three gentlemen who play the dads in his new sitcom? >> oh, yes. where's the jimmy? not going to happen
and final journey to the california science center but that route towards los angeles is causing controversy. why people are upset. >>reporter: the space shuttle endeavor will begin its final journey here at the los angeles international airport. it will take a 12 mi. trip along city streets to the california a science center. however it is causing a lot of controversy because of these removals of trees. >> this route, he will pass the famous landmarks and the infamous 405 freeway. it cannot go on the freeway because it is too large for the overpass. the first stop will be in inglewood with over 130 trees have been removed. the mayor says that it is a good deal for the city. >> one of the things that manchester boulevard has been preserved about 2.5 years ago and it needed to be--resurfaced because these tree roots were buckling the pavement. we will get an opportunity to replace these trees in every five-10 years. also a too-for-1 will be a master plan. also remember that it is going to be 8 participation in history. with endeavor. am i do not think that history should be have to be removed
the window. >> an awesome video in los angeles. home of so much make believe this was not fiction as abc's nick watt reports it was fact. >> reporter: in that speeding black suv, four guys who just robbed a bank in santa clarita. the cops hot on their tail, a chase topping 100 miles an hour. so far, so l.a. then this bundles of cash thrown from the back seat as the car raced through town. people rushed into the streets to scoop up the money. >> see people diving into the street to get the cash. >> reporter: look at that again, they're throwing money out the window? what is this, robin hood? >> you can see all the pedestrians out here. >> reporter: word got out. crowd got thicker. cheering benevolent bandits. >> this is all evidence. >> reporter: the third high-speed chase in l.a. this week. monday a suspected drug dealer actually got away. a rare occurrence. >> he crashed. >> reporter: the suspected murderer cornered, opened up on the cops with an ak-47. >> he has got the weapon in his hand. looks look he want down. ak-47. trying to return fire. >> reporter: all those suspected bank robb
in houston and then making its way out to los angeles international airport. once there, another remark annual technological feat. it will move on the ground. this space shuttle is the size of a five story building. it will be moved through congested parts of los angeles to its final resting place in the california science center where it will be part of a museum. so moving it on the ground 170,000-pound object through a city will be quite a site. they've been making preparations, moving street lamps, telephone poles, electric wires to get this ready. it's the youngest of the five space worthy shuttles. it was built after the challenger. it served 123 million miles in flights examine really means -- and really means a lot to the people along florida's coast examine come to see it on its final voyage. >> gretchen: steve harrigan live in florida. we'll keep an eye on it. >> steve: steve, i got a question, can it make the trip all the way out to los angeles without refueling or do they have to do that? >> they are going to stop in el paso for refueling. they're going to fly low over stenni
and do a low pass over the nasa researcher and continue south in los angeles placed onpermanent displays at the california science center. a crowd gathered by moffett field even though the flight is hours away. they say this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. if fact, one man drove from virginia to be here. >> it's a very meaningful dayp there will be a lot people that will never forget this. and, i will be one of them. >> reporter: there will be speeches, displays and a count down to the flyover which should happen sometime between 9:45 and 10 a.m. live at moffettfield, ann rubenktvu channel # news. >> besides -- 2 news. >> besides moffett field there are other places to see it. a charge crowd is expected when it flies over the golden gate and the ch abc ot sighs sense and explore toreium in san francisco and lawrence hall of sighence in berkeley. weather could prevent parts the bay area from getting a clear shot of the shuttle. >> yeah. let's go to steve who knows all about it what do you think? >> for most it will be all right. there's a little fog forming. it's just kind of that pa
no scratches. >> thanks very much. >>> now, back to los angeles and the emmys. the stars out in hollywood for tv's biggest party, josh, you were there for the whole thing and there's some big winners, all our friends at "modern family"? >> oh, yeah, george, they got the show started with a bang and of course they ended it pretty well as well. as we just get started with the emmys afterparty here. lara and i got to catch up with big stars right to my right at the nokia. after they accepted, they were discussing the country's most watched comedy. "modern family" took home plenty of that gold. we chatted with julie bowen and eric stonestreet after their big wins. >> the emmy goes to "modern family." >> reporter: it was a family affair. >> thank you so, so much. >> reporter: america's favorite sitcom taking home four statuettes. >> an embarrassment of riches. >> i just want to share this with every actor whose got an audition tomorrow at 5:00 in santa monica. i went to every one of them. i never missed one. >> reporter: the night's other first-time winner -- >> to "homeland." >> reporter: a p
, and overnight, he spent some timealking to authorities in los angeles. cnn's miguel marquez is joining us now from los angeles. miguel, what was this meeting about? >> this was about probation. the federal authorities had previously said that his case was under review. he was convicted in 2010 of fraud and identity theft. he has supervised probation until 2015. so l.a. county detectives, sheriff's detectives came in, picked him up yesterday at the request of federal officials, and at midnight last night, he voluntarily went to talk to probation officer or officers, it sounds like. federal officials trying to figure out what the next steps are here. but given this guy's past, given his probation, given the case against him, he does have a lot to worry about. >> reporter: the spotlight on the mysterious filmmaker, growing stronger. federal officials say the court is reviewing nakoula besseley nakoula's case to see if he broke terms of his probation. nakoula faced 26 conditions for five years of supervised probation after his 2010 conviction for credit card fraud and identity theft. most glaring
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yesterday as she was flying to los angeles. had to make an emergency landing in denver as a result of smoke that filled the cabin. turned out to be a suspected electrical fire. the good news is that everybody landed in los angeles safe at the end of day, first landing safely in denver with that emergency landing. a secret service agent, apparently according to a tweet from ann romney's own son, looked over and said, "so this was supposed to be a nonsmoking flight." jenna? >> very nicely tweeted. peter alexander, thank you very much. >>> abby huntsman is the daughter of former republican presidential candidate john huntsman. harold ford jr. is now an nbc news political analyst. good morning to both of you. we've been talking about this for months. he's been under pressure to do it for months. why now, why on a friday afternoon? >> he's had a tough week. maybe a tough two weeks. probably makes a lot of sense to distract and divert, it seems, probably in the romney campaign. unfortunate to have to release his tax returns to divert this attention. but hopefully this will shift romney to become
. in population centers like los angeles, the scope of the task is staggering. the hyperion wastewater treatment plant serves four million people. it processes 350 million gallons of sewage and removes 500 tons of solids daily. after treatment at hyperion, what was once raw sewage is clean enough to release into santa monica bay. other cities and towns release treated wastewater, or effluent, into local rivers, lakes, and streams. as it flows downstream, additional cities may capture it for drinking water, consume it, and treat the water again. in other words, the water coming out of a wastewater treatment plant often enters the watershed, flows into intakes of drinking water treatment plants, and eventually finds its way right back to our faucets. it takes huge investments to ensure that wastewater and drinking water treatment plants function properly to maintain a safe water supply. we made the initial investments in the plants and the pipes. but once we accomplished that, there was this great recognition that we had a series of issues associated with wet weather conditions. storm events where
. when i was visiting the planned parenthood affiliate in los angeles, it happened to be a day when they were providing abortions. now the doctor in charge of the clinic whispered to me, as we toured, that, of course, friday's was the day that they offered vasectomies. i had to ask her if they ever encountered people outside the clinic trying to stop men from entering. [laughter] it gives you something to think about. [applause] one in five women in america use or have used planned parenthood services, much to the benefit of men also appeared but all of the country, conservative politicians try to outdo each other in calling for the destruction of planned parenthood. do they really have no concern for the millions of women who rely on planned parenthood for basic health care and, yes, contraception is a basic health care. it is essential to the health of women and the well-being of their families. if a woman cannot control her reproductive choices, she cannot control her life. every single republican in the house of representatives has voted to amend -- to amend title 10 family plan
month at knott's berry farm near los los angeles, promised riders the feeling of free flight. what they ended up with the feeling of being trapped, the length of a football field off the ground. >> it started going a little bit slower. and then, it stopped. and that was it. >> it was really scary. and i was hoping that we would get down really soon. >> the first half an hour was pretty rough on me. i have a fear of heights. i was on it because my husband wanted to train me to get over my fear of heights. by the end, i was. >> can you believe that? murphy's law. she gets on, it stops. it is the second time the ride has malfunctioned. and knott's berry farms says it will be shut down for a while while they investigate. >>> well, a man in colorado who was diagnosed with a condition balled popcorn lung has won a massive payout. wayne watson was awarded more than $7 million yesterday. he claims his respiratory problems were caused by inhaling the artificial butter smell from the two bags of microwave popcorn he ate every day for years. the food companies watson sued claimed his issues s
. and wait until you hear her excuse. >> quite a bit of excitement in the streets of los angeles in one naked. we're going to tell you -- neighborhood. we're going to tell you what has people running out into the streets despite the police cars whizzing by. >> the trend of dry weather is ending. i'll tell you when we could see rain coming up. >> well, a lot of congestion right now on 695 here at old court road. what 95 and 83 look like coming up on "good morning maryland." >> eight minutes after 6:00 right now. you're looking at a live picture of new york city's times square. quiet there right now. let's head it there for today's techbytes. >> reporter: in today's techbytes, apple unveils the iphone 5 which it calls the world's thinnest smart phone. the device features a larger display, a more advanced camera and a smaller dock connector. editor joanna stern got a firsthand look. >> the new hardware design it looks similarth iphone 4s but it's really really sleek and thinner and lighter in hand. and it's got a bigger screen. >> reporter: now the iphone 5 hits stores a week from tomorrow. >>>
continue to spread to nearly two dozen countries. carter evans of our los angeles station is in cerritos, south of l.a. >> reporter: good morning. after being holed up at his home for nearly three days the man that the world has been waiting to see and hear from made a brief appearance early this morning. he's known to some as sam bacile and to others nakoula basseley nakoula and he left his home through a side yard gate surrounded by sheriff's deputies. >> do you have anything to say? >> reporter: the man you see under the hat and towel wearing a winter jacket in the l.a. summer heat may be responsible for sparking the flames of the deadly violence in the muslim world. he's trying to hide his face and believed to be the man responsible for creating a film called "innocence of muslims." depicting muhammad in any form is considered an insult to islam. l.a. county sheriff spokesman said nakoula basseley nakoula is not under arrest. >> l.a. county sheriff's department tonight about midnight assisted federal probation officers in a voluntary interview. nobody is arrested. nobody is detained.
getting started here in los angeles. for now, you've got some answering to do for the hot weather we suffered through yesterday on the hered carpet. i blame you. >> yeah, breaking news. josh, you're from there. you guys look great. everybody else was shiny but you guys look great, i've got to say. >> uh-huh. >> uh-huh. >> only thing that would have been better if you had been here sam champion. >> well, it was 68 degrees here. we're kind of happy of what we have in new york city. you how about that 3450u6 the emmies to new york. we'll talk about the fire that's going on. the heat plays a big part in those as well. from san diego to riverside, these fires have been at it in the last 24 hours. there is cool air moving into that region that should help a little bit. at least you'll not see crazy numbers. you're looking at salt lake from the 60 gs to 70s. denver in 70s wednesday. and sure late for josh and lara, but cooler breeze working that way. check out the frost and freeze warnings in 16, 17 states. that chilly. i am monday morning, jacqui jeras on this beautiful as the sun is risin
bags with unknown contents. >>> the space shuttle heads from edwards air force base to los angeles. a special flyover for mark kelly in tucson who looked on in amazement with congresswoman gabrielle giffords. >>> and do you love honey boo boo and wish your child had a name like that? sugar bear and what's left for us? there's a nickname generator online. here is what they give us for savannah. shuga goober. willie geist, you're woo woo glitz, and the executive producer jim bell will be known as jinxy boo bear. all right. >> hold on, natalie, i have this going here. your nickname is. >> what? >> let's put that in. i can't get it. >>> let's look, alaska -- just firing into seward and anchorage. five inches yesterday caused massive flooding. more today in torrential rains and wind. rest of the country expecting to see plenty of sunshine on the eastern seaboard, wet weather through southern florida. look for another warm day in the pacific northwest, not great newsnews for wildfire firefight >>> and good morning to you. here's the view, san francisco looking out to the golden gate brid
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. fill me in. >> reporter: well, the latest, brooke, is that los angeles county sheriffs investigators have interviewed 70 current and former soccer players at la p t pepen puente high school. they say it appears hazing was going on in the soccer program for years and that some of it may have risen to the level of criminal conduct. four boys at the time of the alleged incident, three of them still minors today, one of them an adult, were questioned, cited and lease ereleased as the investigation is ungoing. also an unnamed teacher or staff member at this school has been placed on temporary administrative leave while the investigation continues. some of the boys who say they were victims of this alleged abuse, this hazing, say it was a ritual for members of the team who made varsity. >> they told me if i wanted it the easy way or the hard way the varsity team. in that moment, my heart was, like, pounding and, like, i just, like, kind of, like, blacked out and i said -- i told them -- i just remember telling them, i want it the easy way. but i tried to run, but, like, they got me back.
never worked so well. >>> parents at a los angeles area high school are demanding answers after members of the soccer team at the school made these allegations, school officials are calling, them, i'm quoting them, deeply disturbing. these three players, they have accused their teammates of luring them into this ritual of hazing and sexual assault, all part of an initiation on to the varsity soccer team. some of the boys allegedly subjected to physical assault for as young as 14 years of age. cnn's casey wian is live outside this high school, the puente high school. fill me in. >> reporter: well, the latest, brooke, is that los angeles county sheriffs investigators have interviewed 70 current and former soccer players at la p t pepen puente high school. they say it appears hazing was going on in the soccer program for years and that some of it may have risen to the level of criminal conduct. four boys at the time of the alleged incident, three of them still minors today, one of them an adult, were questioned, cited and lease ereleased as the investigation is ungoing. also an unnamed te
to the developing story northeast of los angeles. the red cross setting up an evacuation center as the massive wildfire marches out of control. spreading across the angeles national forest. more than 4,000 acres have now been burned. and abc's david wright is there on the front lines to show us just how dangerous this fire is becoming. good morning to you, david. >> reporter: good morning, josh. we're at a staging area for some of the 500 firefighters that are battling this blaze. tough going for them. over the past few heres, we have watched as the flames have kroempt thcrept over that hillside. labor day weekend up in smoke in the san gabriel valley. campers, hikers, and holiday picnickers all had to evacuate. >> we saw the smoke next to us. and we started packing. >> reporter: 12,000 visitors normally come here for the holiday weekend. three hikers were stranded behind the fire lines. the fire department launched a rescue helicopter and found them, hoisting all three to safety in two hours. the steep terrain makes the fire spread quickly. about 4,000 acres consumed so far. and it's tough to
by anger at an amateurish, low budget film made in los angeles and promoted by the koran-burning gas or the, terry jones of florida. >> there must be an action. >> reporter: the film is clearly meant to denigrate the muslim prophet muhammad, depicting him as a child molester. >> there's really no possibility of maintaining a lid on the kind of provocative material like this film from getting out into the region. >> reporter: for three days now, protests have been raging across the arab world. it started on tuesday, the anniversary of 9/11, when a group scaled the walls of the u.s. embassy in cairo, tore down the stars and stripes and raised black flags reading "there is no god but allah." by tuesday night, the violence was spreading and deepening. the american consulate in benghazi, libya, was in flames. and the ambassador and three other americans, dead, after militants attacked with gun fire and rocket-propelled grenades. by wednesday, the crowd outside the embassy in cairo had grown larger and the mood, ugly. the rhetoric now, a world away from the heady days of the arab spring last year
gradual. it started with the college in los angeles he attended for his freshman and sophomore years and there are few people dare, an african student at one of the african-americans and some others who started calling him barack when they found out that was his name and like so many college students, they start to really go back and find their identity and college and that is what he was searching for it. but many of the occidental classmates called him very. even when he got to new york, columbia, there were people who called in dairy and some barack. >> host: why did he choose accidental artist who the am i transferred to columbia? >> guest: teachers accidental because he got a partial scholarship and he knew a lot of people going there. the way he tells the story there were some girl from brooklyn who he met in honolulu before that in that area and said he got attracted to go for that reason. occidental was like putting a the next stop. it was comfortable, very beautiful, bucolic, small contained, you eat. and you know, california sunshine was just like to put a hollow sunshine.
. experts believe the source is the sal ton sea 150 miles southeast of los angeles. thunderstorms have stirred the contents of the sea, releasing a natural bacteria from the sea floor. the stench has wafted over southern california stirring numerous complaints. today's forecast call for an onshore flow of air which experts hope will clear the air. >> maybe the salton sea needs rolaids. >>> why mayor quan is being called to a dependization. >>> how raider nation is reacting to the nfl's beefed up security. >>> pets, partners and perceptions. the kind of dog you have could determine the kind of mate you will find. >>> more than a dozen lifeguards land in hot water. why the viral music video is to blame. >> look what you started. 3q it's like chicken and crunchy stuff got married! i only use french's french fried onions on my crunchy onion chicken because it's america's number one brand. just minutes to make, then bake! hey, i got a leak ! yoo hoo ! wait a minute, come back ! um, miss ? up here! right. like 85% of us, you have hard water stains and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth i
other stories making news early today in america. in los angeles, it was take the money and run and then throw it out of the window. a pair of suspected bank robbers tossed out wads of stolen cash while being chased by police. when the thieves were finally captured, one woman dove into the truck's driver seat to get a piece of all of that currency. police responded quickly and they surrounded the truck to stop a mob scene. >>> in new york city, it's the hairdo 15 years in the making. you're looking at the guinness world record-holder for the tallest mohawk, a towering 3'8.6" high. it sits, or i should say stands, atop the fashion designer in japan who says it takes two hours, plus three cans of hairspray and one can of gel to have a good hair day. >>> and finally, in california, we have an update at the baby panda at the san diego zoo. after six weeks, he's starting to open his little eyes, but it will take the guy about three more weeks to open them fully. in the meantime, the zoo is taking suggestions on what to name him. how about adorable? >>> and now for a look at your nati
-islamic movie that triggered violence around the world was questioned by authorities in los angeles yesterday. later 55-year-old nakoula basseley nakoula was released at an undisclosed location. f.b.i. agents have arrested an 18-year-old they say was planning to detonate a car bomb outside a bar in downtown chicago. his arrest was the restxt of an undercover operationóxdïÑiÑ=l% h agents pretending to be extremists provided him with a fake bomb. teachers rallied in chicago yesterday as negotiators worked on a deal to end their week-old strike. union leaders are expected to vote on a tept tiff agreement this afternoon. outstanding issues include jobçó security and a new teacher evaluation process. the british royal familiar lee says it's consideringÑi all proportionate responses in its effortÑ topless photos of princeÑi william's wife kate. an irish tabloid published them yesterday and an iwqlianñr gossp magazine says it will as well. as of a minute]iÑ past midnight this morning the national hockey league is closed for busl team owners lockedÑi out playeri after failing to reach an
flight 11 which was flying from boston to los angeles. and that's janet napolitano. homeland security secretary, walking there. the north tower burned for 102 minutes before collapsing. the south tower collapsed ten minutes earlier. as we mentioned, victims' family members are continuing to read names of the nearly 3,000 people killed on september 11th. it's also interesting seeing the homeland security there. for first time, no politicians are speaking there at the event. it looks like michael bloomberg there walking around family members and loved ones. this morning -- it's interesting. only about 500 people are gathered there in grounds this morning. not the thousands. a lot of people say the five- year anniversary was a final milestone and at this point it's time to move on and just be able to have a more private moment of reflection for the family members of the victims lost. >>> now, earlier this morning, president obama and michelle obama observed a moment of silence. they paused at 5:46 our time. that's the time the hijackers crashed the first plane into the world trade center
was in los angeles. the students that were significantly more likely to have actual sex that were engaged an--in sexting.. and only 15 percent actually sent an explicit fogel. however, 53 percent say that they know somebody who has sexting. and also, children eating as much sodium as their adult. with the rest increasing the cdc showing the increased--risk. 3,400 mg is the same as a normal adult is now what children are seemed to be consuming. >> will >> warren buffett has undergone 44 treatments of radiation and he feels strong. and at 82 years old he is feeling great to get back to work. >> this great look as we get a look at the bay bridge. as we are looking for the sunrise. with your full look of weather.. ♪ most paints have color that sits on the surface. but nothing beats benjamin moore's color lock technology that locks color right in, no matter how often you wash it. color lock technology. exclusively from your benjamin moore retailer. find your perfect color with a buy one, get one pint offer. visit benjaminmoore.com/promo. >> welcome back the elementary school in menlo park, a be
. they are going to postpone this until tomorrow. and the rival is still for los angeles on thursday. the arrival-is still expected to be on thursday. keep an eye out. it is supposed to make a couple of spots. even then as a reserve center. it is supposed to be on the california science center museum on display. and let us check-in with weather and traffic. >> still traffic hotspots. still, one of the worst and the potential is always here at the bay bridge. that is exactly what we have. with an early morning accident that is blocked lanes. the 880 approach is backed up all the way to the split of the 880. that is either the east shore freeway or the bay bridge. it is about 25 minutes. even from the nimitz freeway. usually, that is the easiest approach. today, it is one of the most difficult for 30 minutes. from the east shore freeway. the other area is 8 ft. 0 southbound out of san leandro and to hayward. northbound, still difficult with an earlier occurring motorcycle accident but it has been cleared. the bridge check 92 has been problem-free. and also east bound, westbound. however, east bound
there this week. -- >> in los angeles right now coptic christian and muslim leaders are holding a news conference to denounce the violence in the mideast over that anti-islamic movie. these are live pictures of that event, very peaceful because they are talking about the rights of free speech and other things. the filmmaker is a self-described coptic christian. >>> shiny new record for apple, the company sold more than two million preorders for iphone 5 in the first 24 hours double the number for the 4s. lines are already growing outside apple stores. flagship store in new york city die-hard fans are camping out many missed out on last week's preorder limited numbers go on sale friday at apple stores and wal-mart, best buy, radioshack, at&t, verizon and sprint. let the frenzy begin. >> mike with the forecast. cooler today. >> definitely cooler today. you may be able to see the winds that are a little faster, clouds a little more stubborn today, tomorrow and wednesday will be the coolest. we'll talk about the change just in time for the weekend in your seven day forecast. >>> plus, teaching kids a
, abc news, los angeles. gangnam style >> oh, nick. >> nick's pretty good at that. you will not get fired, sam, for a little bit of gangnam style. >> you're right. there will be no possibility of it. >>> let's just get -- >> give it a go. give it a go. >> let's give these kids their jobs back, by the way. i'm sure city property's been used for worse. okay? let's show you what's happening here. we have that cold front. this is the front that made its big move across the country and dropped temperatures by about 30 degrees as it passed through with strong storms. now, it settles into florida. it will bring some rain with it. it's not going to bring you strong cooling. it's weakened now. about five degrees cooler in the area that gets the front through. here's where the heat stays. there's big fire watches and warnings out. for the northern part of this map. 80 in omaha. some gusty winds, very warm and dry air. >> now, thankfully, the big booed settles down. we'll have america's weather in the next half hour. >>> coming up on "gma," stunning secret recordings made in one woman's home.
saying they will be a couple again. the two are back together after a dramatic make up in los angeles. >>> finally, lindsay lohan has been arrested again, this time in new york city for leaving the scene of an accident after clipping a pedestrian with a borrowed porsche. lohan was slurring her words and reeked of boos. lohan claims she is being set up. what do you think? >> with her track record? it's hard to believe that. >> it's always the first place you go. shocker. at least she's back in the news again. what are you thinking, first of all, driving in new york city? >> driving, then to be reeking of boos and driving. yeah. there's no good place to be. >> yeah. it's lindsay, though. when is she ever going to learn? >> probably no time soon. >> i'm veronica dela cruz. "way too early" with willie geist starts right now. >>> mitt romney continues to address the secretly recorded video tape saying as president, his campaign is for the 100% of the united states, not the 53% he talked about in the video. with discouraging battleground polling out, how will he close the gap in the states
the two are back together after a, "dramatic makeup in los angeles." >>> and finally, lindsay lohan has been arrested again, this time in new york city, for leaving the scene of an accident after allegedly clipping a pedestrian with a borrowed porsche. the man claims lohan was slurring her words and reeked of booze. lohan claims she is being set up. >>> and this now comes to us from west 2 news in orlando, florida, where in a nearby villages, a community was gator versus dog until a senior citizen literally risked life and limb. steve saw a 7-foot alligator grab his terrier named bounce and drag it into a pond. steve, who is 66 years old, bounced into action, diving in and struggling with the reptile, pinning his nose under water and grabbing its tail until bounce was freed. steve says he did it for one reason, because his dog is his best friend. and you see all the pictures of his dog and you totally get it. >> look at how happy he was, how could you not? and we all have small dogs. you can relate to how in an emergency like that, you could step into action. >> well, they turn into fam
gone to los angeles. if you cannot watch it live you can tune into kron 4 on our web site. some of the photos that we will be taken will be on our web site. if you are taking pictures you can tweak them to us or post them on facebook. >> in is blastoff to that for apple's new iphone 5 which takes off at 8:00 a.m.. we are now here in new york city with a live shot taken a look at the apple store there. people are already moving through the line tried toe. customers have bank campout all week to get that new phone. >> the mission district police station was surrounded by rioters due to a shooting. corp riotethere wasa shooting and the officers are stating that too plain clothes officer spotted gang memberthe officer opened fire ad the person is not in the hospital. by 10:30 p.m. rioters or out while the wall down 17th street. no protesters were arrested. >> will not take a break which will be back in a moment to take a live look at the ride on westbound 80. traffic is starting to back up and s ♪ most paints have color that sits on the surface. but nothing beats benjamin moore's
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